Silversmithing in Scotland Workshop

Oct 3-Oct 5 with Ndidi Ekubia at the Stables in Cromarty.

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Ndidi is one of the UK's finest silversmiths and thanks to the gift of many tools from the estate of the late Michael Murray. we are able to offer regular opportunities to learn this very special craft. Please let us know if you are interested in any of our courses.

 

Stone Letter Carving Workshop

Sept 1-6 with Richard Kindersley

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Richard Kindersley is one of the finest stone letter carvers in the UK today. His reputation is international with various prestigious commissions. His ability to share his skills with his students makes him one of the most popular and engaging of tutors.

Harp Village 2014

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This year's Harp Village promises to be a very special year. It will feature a newly commissioned piece of music written by Corrina, Patsy and Mary which all the students will be learning. There will be a performance of the Cromarty Suite on the final afternoon of the Harp Village.

And we are very fortunate to have with us Una Monaghan from Belfast. She will be demonstrating Irish harp and live electronics! Heather Yule will be weaving her storytelling and harp playing in the beginners workshops.

 

Welcome to Cromarty Arts Trust

We are based in the beautiful Highland town of Cromarty, on the Black Isle.

Our goals are to promote and embrace the arts, education, environment, buildings and the history of the Highlands.

Looking for Accommodation?

Cromarty Arts Trust has two buildings in Cromarty: The Stables; a beautifully restored 18th Century building on the outskirts of Cromarty and used as artists’ studios and a gallery/performance/workshop space. We also have a spacious and beautiful one bedroomed flat which forms part of the building.

Why not get in touch for availability and prices - it's the perfect place for finding inspiration or a break away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.  

Ardyne in the centre of the village is a restored town house at 19 Bank Street in Cromarty which offers self catering accommodation for students, researchers, writers, artists or visitors to Cromarty.

 

The Stables Studios                          The Ardyne Studio

Artists Residencies

In the past we have hosted a series of residencies for artists and musicians and currently we provide studio space and a gallery space which can accommodate visual arts exhibitions, theatrical and musical events. One of the main priorities of the Cromarty Arts Trust is to promote educational links between Cromarty and the art world.

We welcome enquiries for conferences and special events particularly of a cultural nature.

Cromarty Arts Trust has commissioned pieces of public art and is always seeking to find ways of developing projects that will increase opportunities for Cromarty and local artists.

Weddings - have yours at the Stables!!

Events - Cromarty has everything you need


Please contact us if you are looking to hire space or accommodation or require any further information about any aspect of the Trust’s work.

Cromarty Arts Trust is recognised as a Scottish Charity number SC003018

For a copy of the most recent Cromarty Arts Trust Annual Report, please contact the office on 01381 600354.

 

Latest News

The Cromarty Suite Now Published

The Cromarty Suite – written by Corrina Hewat, Mary Macmaster and Patsy Seddon was performed at this year’s Harp Village in Cromar Full Story...

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